Reverse engineering: Understanding application (Web) complexity

    Part 1: the problem. With UAG, you can provide remote access towards many types of applications:   ·         Web applications: The “client” is in this case a simple browser, and dialog with go through UAG that will act as the reverse proxy. ·         “TCP” applications: the “client” of the application is an executable…

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Understanding (and extending) UAG Web SSO capabilities

First of all, I would like to thank Matthieu Martineau (matthieu.martineau@piservices.fr) (Gold Partner, MCSE and MCT) with whom I had the opportunity to investigate some of the breaking scenarios I mention at the end of this post In the wide range of services you get when publishing Web application with UAG, we have the ability…

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Introduction to application reverse engineering : The CWA (Communicator Web Access) R2 case.

By Lucimara Desiderá (MS Consultant, São Paulo) & Frédéric ESNOUF (MS Pre-sales IDA, Paris)   Introduction   Intelligent Application Gateway is a very powerful remote access solution which provides a wide range of technologies such as VPN, VPN/SSL, Port forwarding and Reverse Proxy for application publishing. It also provides endpoint access controls including mechanisms for…

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Publishing web applications though IAG : what if it fails ?

Microsoft IAG (Intelligent Application Gateway) is a powerful “mobility” gateway capable of providing remote access to different kind of people: employees, partners, customers, … It introduces several approaches to provide this mobility: ·        “Reverse proxy”: this is the most common scenario, for Web applications. This is the strongest approach since IAG can do a lot…

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